Rimmel Match Perfection Blush

Rimmel London Match Perfection Blush - perfectly coordinated blush shades with a hint of blue saphire for a naturally even flush.  Use each shade individually or swirl and mix the two to create your own unique shade.

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I am generally quite the clumsy oaf, but I amn't responsible for that tiny chip on the side of that blush!  Now that's clarified, on to the blush itself.  The Rimmel Match Perfection blush is comes packaged in a flat round pan - quite large sized.  The blush has two shades in it, packed with a pretty pattern embossed on the surface.  Mix the two shades or use individually - the size is large enough that you can easily pick up the shades without mixing.

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The plastic top had cracked a bit when I got it, but the blush was mostly undamaged, so I am quite happy with the packaging.  Another thing I like is the little lock feature so I can easily carry it around in the bag without worrying about it accidentally opening.

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The little dot goes into the groove and keeps the lid locked on.

Rimmel Match Perfection Blush - 001 Light - Review/Swatches

My initial reaction when I saw the colour was that it's never going to be seen on my skin.  The shades included in this blush are a dusty rose and a paler peach rose - both the shades are almost matte but do have the tiniest hint of a shimmer.  The shades are quite pigmented, smooth, and easy to blend.  As for showing up on my skin, I really couldn't get it to show up in the photos as this shade gives me an almost invisible flush.  While not the shade for me, for anyone with a lighter skin tone, this would be a beautiful blush that would give the most natural flush.  I am adding in swatches just to give an idea about the colour (these are very heavily swatched to show up on my skin - actual product goes on quite light and subtle).
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Rimmel Match Perfection Blush Swatches (L to R):  Darker colour, paler colour, and the two colours mixed.
Overall, I find this quite a decent blush.  I would probably pick a darker shade than this, but for anyone with a lighter skin tone, this should show up quite well.  It's easy to blend and the light flush that I do get stays on the whole day.  One minor problem, though, this is supposed to have 3 colours in the pan, and I am not sure if I just got an odd piece or the colour is that way, but it looks like two colours to me :P

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The only way I could think of 3 colours is mixing the 2 in the pan - if anybody knows any better do let me know :D
I don't know the cost of this right now - it's one of those rare occasions when Google failed me - but soon as I know, I will update it here!

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4 comments:

  1. This looks really good! I might have to pick this up.

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    1. Am sure it would look lovely on you :)

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  2. The blush pan looks soo pretty Rads..and I feel the shades will be really good for everyday natural look!! :)

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    1. On a lighter person, yes :D Am sure it would show just pretty on you. The design is pretty, isn't it?

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